One of the great features of Saros is that it enables graphical collaboration just as much as it enables textual collaboration. Take for example the Saros whiteboard, which creates a virtual brainstorming space to serve the purpose of a board in an office.
To open the whiteboard, select Window -> Show View from the menu bar. Then select Saros -> Saros Whiteboard from the Open View dialog. A toolbox pane will appear at the bottom of the Eclipse window; it’s like the one in Figure 33, Whiteboarding with Saros except that ours will be empty. The tools include a pencil, basic shapes, lines, and text. These can be used to sketch out ideas as we collaborate with our pair-programming partner.